X-ray and neutron scattering are non-destructive experimental techniques that reveal information about the structure and properties of a material: they are two of the most powerful tools for characterizing materials. This technique is based on observing the scattered intensity of an X-ray beam or free neutrons hitting the atoms of a material.
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X-RAY AND NEUTRON SCATTERING
Figure: Example of Coherent X-ray Diffraction data, shown as an isosurface of the 3D intensity distribution around a 111 Bragg peak of a A nanoparticle. [courtesy Ian Robinson]